Woon Fei Ting
Interviews with linguists
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Chomsky und Ellsberg über die derzeitige Bedrohung (Ukraine & Taiwan)
Noam Chomsky und Daniel Ellsberg diskutieren über die Absichten der USA im Ukraine-Krieg und die Vorbereitungen für einen Krieg mit China.
“Take Arms Against a Sea of Troubles” – Chomsky and Ellsberg pt 2/2
Noam Chomsky and Daniel Ellsberg continue their discussion about how to avoid nuclear war.
Chomsky and Ellsberg on the Present Danger
Noam Chomsky and Daniel Ellsberg discuss American objectives in the Ukraine war and the preparations for war with China.
78: Bringing stories to life in Auslan - Interview with Gabrielle Hodge
Communicating is about more than the literal, dictionary-entry-style words that we say -- it’s also about the many subtle ingredients that go into a message, from how you keep your audience in mind to how you portray the actions of the people you’re talking about. In this episode, your host Gretchen McCulloch interview
77: How kids learn language in Singapore - Interview with Woon Fei Ting
Singapore is a small city-state nation with four official languages: English, Mandarin, Tamil, and Malay. Most Singaporeans can also speak a local hybrid variety known as Singlish, which arose from this highly multilingual environment to create something unique to the island. An important part of growing up in Singapor
EP64: Technocracy Now!, part 1 (ft. Noam Chomsky)
Technocracy is the idea that experts should govern. For the common good, presumably. It makes a certain amount of sense, given how irrational our politics seem to be right now. So, technocracy is seductive. In fact, it’s an idea as old as politics itself. We begin the first of three-part series telling stories of techn